last update: 3/12/2010
In this section we'll show some of the 19th century
decks from our collection. The first xpo shows German decks with scenic aces.
About 3 years ago we decided to not collect decks anymore, which were printed in a crude woodblock technique. We appreciate the fine images, made in steel engraving or lithography, much more. But we can't help it, if we find woodblock printed decks at very reasonable prices. And of course we make scans of the cards, before we sell them. They can be seen as "Our pre 1850 ex's" here.
11 German decks with scenic
1/ - 070 Frommann & Morian, Dutch scenic aces, c1890.
2/ - 071 C.L. Wüst, German scenic aces, c1880/1885.
3/ - 073 Johann Peter Burger, foreign scenic aces, c1895.
4/ - 074 Frommann & Morian, German scenic aces, c1890.
5/ - 083 Frommann & Bunte, German scenic aces, c1885.
6/ - 100 Frommann & Bunte, Parisian scenic aces, c1885.
7/ - 109 Vereinigte Stralsunder Spielkartenfabriken, German scenic aces, c1890.
8/ - 116 Vereinigte Stralsunder Spielkartenfabriken, Portugese scenic aces, c1895.
9/ - 117 Vereinigte Stralsunder Spielkartenfabriken, German scenic aces, c1885.
10/ - 144 Christian Heinrich Reuter, Luxembourg scenic aces, c18??
11/ - 151 C.L. Wüst, Belgian scenic aces, c1890.
12/ - 174 Frommann & Morian, Dutch scenic aces, c1895.
13/ - 160 C.L. Wüst, German scenic aces, c1880.
Our pre 1850 ex's